Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science,specializes in political theory with particular concentration in contemporary continental work and feminist theory. She has written Our Sense of the Real: Aesthetic Experience and Arendtian Politics. She has also published articles on multicultural education, ethical debates among feminists over new reproductive technologies, and the early women's liberation movement. She is currently at work on a book on the feminist movement in the United States that examines the relationship between theory and practice.
K.F. Curtis, Rapture and Rupture: Ruminations on Enclave Politics, Political Oblivion, and the Need for Recognition in the Early Women's Liberation Movement,
(Submitted, final stages of review) .
K.F. Curtis, "Aesthetic Experience and the Public Sphere",
in Zwischen Forum and Basar
(2001), Graz, Austria: Forum Stadpark .
K.F. Curtis, "Free Speech Under Attack",
The News & Observer
(October 24, 2001) .
K.F. Curtis, "Multicultural Education and Arendtian Conservatism: Memory, Historical Injury and Our Sense of the Common",
in Preserving Our Common World: Essays on Hannah Arendt and Education, edited by Mordechai Gordon
(2001), Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press .
K.F. Curtis, Our Sense of the Real: Aesthetic Experience and Arendtian Politics
(1999), Ithaca: Cornell University Press .